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Published by Naqshgar Publications in Rawalpindi .
Written in English


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Museum of Reminiscence is the 2nd collection of poems by Hamza Hassan Sheikh which appeared in 2009 and gained the appreciation and recommendation from the international literary circles. The book was consisted upon 60 poems focusing not only on the past memories but also having the poems on social concern. His poetry transposed his combined feelings of hope, passion, anger and lasting affection. His short nature poems clearly reveal his life long love of the natural world.

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages112
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25433305M
ISBN 109789699384011

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